Campus information

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This page highlights necessary information for prospective students, visitors and the general public. Detailed information for students and employees can be found on MyMountMary.


  • All summer courses will be held online.
  • We remain committed to resuming in-person instruction to the extent possible in fall. Courses that are currently on campus for fall will remain on campus as much as possible based on guidance from the CDC, and national and local health departments. However, on-campus courses will transition online immediately following Thanksgiving Break beginning November 30. The final two weeks of the fall semester (last week of classes and final exam week) will be held online.
  • Phase II of Mount Mary's re-opening began June 15, 2020; employees and summer student workers are advised to read the guidelines for campus safety, requirements and accommodations on MyMountMary.
  • Masks must be worn inside every building. Anyone entering without a mask will be given one or be asked to leave if they do not comply.
  • Mount Mary classes are always small in size, which makes social distancing easier than at larger universities. We are restructuring our classrooms and labs to allow for ample distancing, yet remain as personal and supportive as ever. Plexiglas shields and other precautions are in place in our campus offices.


  • We know how important visiting campus can be for students making this important decision. Check out the guidelines we have in place to ensure your family feels safe and comfortable while visiting our campus this summer at
  • Masks must be worn inside every building. Anyone entering without a mask will be given one or be asked to leave if they do not comply.


  • Please check your Mount Mary email regularly to stay abreast of campus updates. In-depth information can also be found on MyMountMary.
  • New Student Registration (NSR) is being held virtually.
  • Campus and residence life: We intend to have students living in our residence halls this fall and to resume our normal food service, with the proper safety precautions in place.
  • Emergency funding: We have awarded over $600,000 to students through donations and other sources, including federal grants and Mount Mary’s President’s Emergency Fund. We will extend these resources into the next semester.


  • Many of Mount Mary's library resources are available online; please visit for details.
  • Mount Mary has provided and will continue to provide students all necessary equipment to facilitate at-home learning as necessary, from laptops to internet hotspots.
  • Academic teams, from biology to interior design, are assembling student take-home equipment to enhance experiential learning on- and off-campus.


  • Counseling Services and Mental Health Support:
    Private mental health counseling is available via Skype/phone appointment. Contact to request an appointment.
  • Financial Emergency Grants:
    Dash Grant and President's Emergency Fund provide financial support. Contact to request information.
  • Food and Hygiene:
    Access to Mount Mary's Food pantry services are available to students; non-perishable items and gift cards for perishable items are available. Personal hygiene items, including toothpaste, shampoo, and soap, are also available. Contact
  • Many resources to support online learning are available and are listed on MyMountMary.


  • For preventative measures, travel information or to learn more about the COVID-19 virus, visit MyMountMary for a comprehensive listing of resources.
  • To report a diagnosis of or exposure to COVID-19, employees should contact Alisa Bendickson, Human Resources, at Students should contact Student Affairs at